Wednesday, March 30, 2016

MEET THE CHARMING NEW SEA CREATURES FROM 'FINDING DORY' ANIMATED SEQUEL! WILLIAM MOSELEY, SHIRLEY MACLAINE IN LIVE ACTION 'A LITTLE MERMAID' MOVIE

  WILLIAM MOSELEY
JOINS 'A LITTLE MERMAID' MOVIE
While Disney is preparing their own live action version on the same fairy tale, another live action adaptation of A LITTLE MERMAID has just cast ROYALS star William Moseley as the lead actor next to Shirley MacLaine. It will follow Elle (Loreto Peralta), a young orphan who discovers a beautiful and enchanting creature (Poppy Drayton who was painfully bad in SHANNARA) she believes to be the real “Little Mermaid.” Moseley is Cam Harrison, Elle’s overprotective older brother who has come to the U.S. to live after the deaths of her parents. A newspaperman, he is sent to a small Mississippi town on an assignment to find out more about some mysterious healing waters and ends up learning more than he ever imagined about the power of love, belief and magic, both light and dark.

  NEW 'FINDING DORY
SEA CHARACTERS REVEALED!
Now, here's some animated delight for you today: Pixar has released first images of new sea creatures that will appear in their FINDING DORY sequel swimming into theatres June 17th! Crazy new characters include a pair of sea lions (voiced by Dominic West and Idris Elba), Rudder and Fluke who sound like East London gangsters; Jenny and Charlie, Dory's parents (Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy), Bailey the beluga whale (Ty Burrell), a cranky octopus named Hank (Ed O'Neill) and a whale shark named Destiny (Kaitlin Olson). There are also ocean loons and otters who don't speak but appear with their own shenanigans like seagulls in the first movie.

SEARCH FOR FAMILY 
The story of FINDING DORY moves to the West Coast, as Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) starts to remember who her parents are, which sets her off on a journey to Monterey, California to track them down. She arrives at the Monterey Marine Life Institute, where she meets Bailey, a white beluga whale; Destiny, a whale shark and Hank, an octopus, who becomes her guide. The friendly but forgetful blue tang fish reunites with her loved ones, and everyone learns a few things about the real meaning of family along the way.

31 comments:

  1. I predict that "Finding Dory" will be a hit!

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    1. most probably, although I'm not entirely sure why ;)

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    2. because Finding Nemo was awesome

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    3. I think I fell asleep during it like five times

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  2. Finding Dory looks like a great family movies.

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    1. especially with these lil new otters

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  3. If Finding Dory is half as good as Finding Nemo it's going to be a keeper.

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  4. Ok, too much cuteness here today! I wanna snap up those sea creatures and make them all mine ;)

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    1. aren't those otters ever so delightful?

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    2. Yessss! Though I have a soft spot for all the little critters. I can't wait to see this one!

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    3. I bet they will have a crazy part in the movie

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  5. I just can't wait to see Finding Dory..all those new characters are soooo adorable :)

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  6. Ellen has been promoting Finding Dory on her show so I think it will be a Blockbuster. Ellen Rocks!

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    1. well, she's in it, it's her movie LOL

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  7. Whole this whole movie is freaking adorable, I really want one of those little birds!!!

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    1. ...and I'm scared of birds!!

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    2. I don't like birds either, but otters sure are cute

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  8. This is too cute. I can't handle it.

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  9. Those are some very cute animals!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  10. I was confused for a bit until I realized Chloe Grace Mortez was doing the Disney version of The Little Mermaid. But couldn't Universal find a better known actress for the title role? Hopefully this is not Pan all over again. Those cute animals in Finding Dory are so adorable! Can't wait to hear Idris Elba speak. He was great in Zootopia.

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    1. I reckon Universal's project will be of smaller scale. Poppy Drayton is seriously a horrible horrible terrible actress, thanks to her awful expressions and stupid gasping I'm considering not following SHANNARA any more :)

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